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'tat? rilTTTfi: icpetititn of tbis offense would force him to withdraw from the town with his yaci. and belonfrmtrs Thf threat not 1 1 n r: ri t . i r : 1 1 v . aused men- laughter than -ii'ow .-in I Mr. V i-. : . I if ho -,,.,-rj' to h. '. -. t: as i -sun o! h i -wnr'l mi-1 ; i; 1 f ; 1 T ' hi.'n-.'I 'lorn 'h" i . uhhi ;:.... I no A fr !,. nt . ,( TtflBTE TO MID-ROAD POPULISM. very fcm&ll. like dajiper of or iiopuliitlon I7IHLY PlOfflfi-niliS ther j yii Kinlt-v would be )tgb1. Williatj Gardner. I 'riiaiii avetoM S. Mid a i poll.-. Alfiaiiii. r , ,,, lor Hrar; . . , !" P'lt I a:, thai ,:. . '" K.-t .,v ; , ., To the editor -of the Journal HAOWOOD iDBSCRIPTION. SOUTH DAKOTA U.00 PER YEAR Thai is a Ma ! I in ! r: pr-Ts-1 ,. h ' h.- i-. , 'it' : n - '. l- vm a ' . "n i i, .1 ROOSEVELT AS A CAMPAIGNER, j ould do nothing but call for volun-t'rs aDd then take tbt-m as individual enlistments; . It seems at if men in lomniand of militia force- oa-t'hl I " this turn- to be a. quainu d w rl. th:-' hi 3EMOCKATIC OPINION. !!.'. l J : iiiiiiit'iit Ww Catered u -woon-I-cUM njuiur at th (en Koo-i . It ha- inliii;:. .. w Deadwood Poatomoe. NICETIES OF C'-R LANGUAGE. "l i ii n ,flT a in-t ; mi i i . . . , . I ... . I If 1 - !i a- I . " i I i ' ' i I- 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' V 1 1"! i ' I j'ii I'iU- t lif I. a" I, , of hi- j . ii . a in Villi, j , . 1 r I' i:. i" i ai Tlii pl.it lonn u in d .. h 'la- ' i;u lilt urn I; as iioniina f . I , M ; I a :i Mi a -; Hi n I ', In , ,1 ino .: i i I ' ' I a i Ml' i in i hi w In ,!,- i i i "ii -1 '. ' t.. in.' I i aiiii.it .sup i t V 1 ' a n . ' i i. 'la . ! i ui ' in. : . : v a i ; n a... ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 a I 1 1 . M a 1 1. hi ' ii. i. a 'ii"!- . .-ill I I'.'-illiaii' ! 'l: tlla ! . al;- (if I k 'a i - 1 ' . i 1 'hat '":,''! 1.1- r. "'. I '. i i't I' i 1 : i ' .'. . ' w,,. tt.'tif. ' ' i '.' it ' . : :..-.!. i -1 ; ,'n-l. : . ' ' 11: H ' . I M' a I ., I!.' I',"', Aha .Me a .at in Mail. ....-i ,. ,,,, . V i M "I M -a . : I . : i i ..!..!. W Me ' '! . a a l.i' ll ii.- ' l'.. id.nl. la i i . . ' t an. i! a. Ih- ! ' . I a 111 I'M' o' a ,a ".' Ili'ol dettioet a' -' w I. I . I'll'-- -" .M le'l' -.. . i oi -"i;e. 11,11! I. oi ' . , l! ,1 II I la I" of ll I - ll i! .' Wl'. M 'la 'i -1 I h. i r pai 1 1 un Ha i: Ml I 1 ' I I. THOUGHTS FCK WAGE EARNIRS ' i. v : m , - r . Ml ' hi t i l.i'1 I.,, r I at -a ! Ma ' itizi't, - i ;' ll.' I Ii:'' a .-"it, a t Mi"il liallot , at tin- a ii al .on Ma - ' a;. ,v '- r aid i a:. .I l.aali,.-- Mil- a ', -1 . , I ! H i ll- I I IIi.1 V in -,a ,ai I (:, hiiine-t l i ii'inv -hid ill "I iti Ii t ' ' nsilinj? election ll'e iro-a nt tat iff la a ,,,,r!will have been in i;m al ion tlin. ! KtatPt- H K-.l). I 1 1 w d M ,t . d t (, a - t : ! ' '1 :'n ' ' ! '! :if'' !"':"! .'',' i ' '''''' a ... 1 t a ml ."it for t lie ir. .h ! M ... j standard ti. ket Thi.-v.ar 1 .. m ;..i , . ,, :, ,, M. miii. y ior ; i' i am worm I " W ihi.l I! ' ' ' I t ' - i ' ' M . ' I .' I '' ' i n.i , Lonal ! :i." '''" l!t I'la J la t f ' 1 1 i adopted and the , amlnlat. s j ! a;. l,-i , i.iiiiiin.il.'il a' Kan-:i- City -how fliat t kv ' t In- il mo : at .. ; .; v mm M i ' pr :! I ' a ! l'1'Ul'1-' 1 iiel ": ... a, I ...a .. tall.) II. I! " .' :. .1 I ..'! .a. . i -' . ..'Si! a 'a I' a- in I .1,1 n t i j. . II' ' r",:" ' I: a a i r. a 1,1 1 I , - " ' a ; a 1 1 I . . I I. lid I I ' s - (lid t ' a s II.. a ml I ,. : ' i In 1 i atliv of tie '! p at fiit in w hah he ,(: i i he - as a 'iint in u l.n li ' h i 1 a's si o'a , t at ;hey ad a 'nt la it '. n a Is , .-nt do' a does not in in. e his wo- its in, slum; o I i hi. n i ii, t ' M -a a A ' ' . .' : . ! M, . ih IIIO pel 11. " '".i. i in- in. u s. i.Ke .'om ine : - ' o. I in his fait i in a -o'ln I i.r- n y ami an hoi,. - ,,, , The .'.or , that Mr iKiunlt is do n f ir is pa ty .ro'.es the wisdom' : i. h di tat. d lis .-'' ction by thu I'h; adel: h a . v ir a n an his ' ai u r o' 'M itiij o s a i"l ar of -' i .',-" h tot I... a.l m inisti ation. II- 'hat I'M '-' -"lie' , t, , ; . ,a t .' : ; 1 1 y aii.! I. ; - I '-t -m'i ,i . i.in, . : I all'l l.t'der".' ll lll MM! ,,! ),!- j ' "a mat ' r a. a.- 'i, ,; a : , M- 1 IH ,' .1 - .Mt I ' ' I.e ' , , M ,, . 11 M . am I ;.. - i, ,, , .a . , ,. : - Pe 'I" I; ,-. i:. ' ' ' i. ' i ' : i ' i. , ,, . , ; -.I"-- : . ...:.- ii . o i," .'.''.:..: Mi -. (, , ,., .a th. fan liy A PAIR OF LAW BREAKERS. 1'ai s -1 1 . 1 1 n.rn '. n .1.. ; -.on paity :n , on , . r,t ion at Yankton ia m male.' I idire M ... u , i , i hm ri --t " ti . ii h la. w - ti, 1 1 1 ' i I, . o i.. for a' 1; ' I .... . im.' t ., . , ;. ' 1 1 1 i a 1 1 . r. . .1 d a pp. a) of in . -'ate t, I'.o'i ' I M. ;..! . I i M H'l't 0 Ml ' I eV !, I ,1 '"I 'He!' of till- . Olll tin III 'A . 'a 1 I I, Hid firpl -are, ' i-ive "hrin a r..wn of 1 horns ' One Im hm that a- ,it , , r I ti M tie. oil! ;-l i I i U he M e ,,, a 1 th" ,M'I ut ion of t he 'a A Vl'h ll" he et her u as a whole in. a the a, ul .itot. leader am c .n-.d and hop ei of the (raml nu v until the statute f Iniiitaf ion fur r in inal action expired. If there js an lionet n.ws-. paper 1n the state that can defend t I Itch, 11. s re" I; ill ll.ollli!'!!; t.- Mitchell Mail, and demanding of Maj Warn.' possession of its editor that he n inht ae mainie or niMfdere-l (or having published the TRFTM. let us h ar frem it. We have said truth ad visedly. for the inside h'story of that mob will prove it. Republicans of Iowa are talking of the appointment of Minister Conger to succeed the late Senator Gear. This would seem rather hasty for two reasons first, that Mr. Conger may never leave Pekin alive, and second, that if he escapes the massacre he would doubtless prefer to remain in China and give his government the benefit of his valuable experience in the diplomatic work that must be performed before the present trouble becomes a closed incident. o Freeman Knowks mildy calls upon Aguinaldo Joe to resign as Lord High Chief Iiistice to make $foo, his r'edg.' to the ,-o'inty convention. Mr. Kr.owies is just as serious as if he dm not know that Joey's long suit is pledges while be is short on redemp- tior. r . A. Normandin and children out to St. Onge yesterday on a ten days' visit with friends. I.'! I; Ma , a I a ; 1 i , t ri'iiiinka laM . I .a.ll'l " 111.' I I la : I.I ... 1 . M. ' I a ' '! lo ' i i . ' ' "ir. r 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 r ah - ' I a . ' in,, k. . 1 1 ;.i i ill. i lilli a i! wild a ipe'st iona hie Valai mean rli.it ' nw :c th: lal f t . ;,i -of thiiikiTs . : i , 'jii ar..:.- t,o m.nh of the riu n tik.i' '! in I ri : a"aii'- I" lon" Thai i : ! - --ieii.il , 1 1 1 1 ian uhltllld lielotm In Mi ... 1 1. . t . ! Illlt thai men who a I: t a n; ie !!. ri. Helvs a.-' univii.-al r-'i'iiai- - h ' 1 1 I take .nl .'iii'.ue n: - I- :i ..tlanN nf Klee. tl to Hi i. th." I ; a ' , . I , u '. as-'Ue i- a t-aii thitiLT ' tin- - in- tu 1 1 What the f ilth 11.. II who .alilmt '.(lie fur i it lii i l i K ml i a . Hi . a t iliil Inn they .lei l.u'ei! mat th. fn. ne'i fi.i.i pushed the eii,iti in a w.it with a "naturally I nenii I nation Hv this tlx'V illdle.deil -lllplllo tn! now it is their utisitie-s to ti ll us hut they will not to whom thr Kili-pino- we;e naturally li ,eu.ll It i r tainly wa- not to Spain And ,t is eipially oi'lniii that it was not In the rnitfil States. Vi. ai. ni ih.. iii!iiioii that the Filipinos w.ie nalurallv friitiilly to the Filipino--, and that t: uinaldo was naturally tiiendly to him-Htdf And that H a f the -",m and Sill, .-ta IM I l It' th..- III.! 1 I. . Tile- I i;uu,;lits w . : . :, .; .v ,k recent aiin ie ;n th- I., a I 'ity c.il! owned .itnl editid hv Mr. lo culi I! Moore ju.lue ef the Fihth i in ml ami candidate fur . i uil-re-.-, mi the f'i won ti.-ki-t. Mr. N'noie u-ed th.- lol lowini; as a tit. nr hasis. of -nnu. very fulsome pi.nse m Mr Moore ami nonie M iy uiiL'entl. manly jil.ii.-.- nf his opponent "I am a popa!;-t ;im! my life :.- m lllg to he spetlt ill .111 llOlle-I I ft o I I to ameliorate and liett. r ih.' i oin,: ,. .n Of mankind MoSKi'il I: Mt'i iltK s. pt Jim p:'V A reply i out In d ,n . hast, an,! Cant I'd t; I i s h would he lest rpmi Mr Moore and his admirer-- h. m e w irillht for the time descend to his leel something after this manner- What a. tol itiirrn'il lot ,,( :ickly. sa'Iltimi ntal. .riieaiifnless rot a half linked, emotional. h.n k woods s lutlict n er can fire off on any old asion. To ameliorate mankind one mist In-free from malice, pay his de its. and not think to better me condition of his fellows by withholdinp from them their just dues or playing upon their credulity to ride into place. There are already too many such frauds in the ameliorating business. Ignorance and conceit are not the stuff i t which philanthropists are made.- If honest," Joey would have used h's influence to secure the congressional nomination for one of many member i of his party more deserving and better qualified, instead of trying to hog it. he would also demonstrate his hones ty by making good hia pledge to resign as judge. A word in conclusion The Pioneer-Times does not care a continental how much Joey says in praise of himself and his grand and noble and awful goodness thru the "columns of -is mortgage-laden pa per, but if be persists in his villainous attacks upon any republican cani'idate he may as well take off his ves:. for the foregoing: will be only the beginning of the overture. If Joey will make an "honest effort" to be a gentleman and conduct bis campaign as a gentleman would, he will be treated as such. o ABSURD MR, MANSFELD. Mr. Richard Mansfield has again nnnctntnt hia ubilitv to make him- rediculous when endeavoring to mrat imrjreefiive. -- Because a news- ift Newport published a divert- cook be announced that any 1 ,i,a i -.Tit iiiM Mt : nil I ili, it I U ! I ,,,y ,, , , I a;.,,!, a ,.,c-.. ;. ' I y ha rmr h ss and i n 1.li.al '.MMl,i.,Ii:i II,;.. i n,ld - annl .(..il,,i,. i, a.,.. ul. is not l.lltldi'.l - tMo-t ,....,.., and iinous It may di.ul'is th- ,r,..t, r-s int.nt.i.f. j .., ,hj. ... ,.(,, ;,,iV ,.,-. :d- j lsll ,,, ..,, .i,,h-,,- r., s r.-mark. That I . iv..! wiMi i'. M,l mt, mi,,!, - i ' is a tn a:.. I an . v(,nu', httl,' i ia r t of Kliii.al ilr.ani.rs ainl ih n l r i n.i : ic .'... . r.I.i'iLiti- m. r.a. ' na I iiehiiis is -o I' lii"''' nt .in. nan'. i! He s,ii iniliin d. o .4trcmi.it. d -o -pint aalied !?-.-i Ml -'-;-; i a." ll h t In" I - i ' I . I I 'hi . Ii.il Maim ,1 al ii I .1 ' " .i,-l'. , r ,- i. a,,! Its 1 l 'fa' itn- sill. In ,,r in id ri Kid j a-r hltlr ni 1- Mi- 1 , Met mm poi-ii. ..-:,i a a . 1 1 1 , , a l ) -M. ' I.-- I I -,""l';. r.'l 4.-.....- I' . .- 1 1 1 . j . i ' i v ui iiaMia' a a, ',.,,-. IS l. Mi- . . I I. , ' ,. ,,!, tan th,- -h.K.ils n., -,-. . : ; s.irs .aal ii i nti!i., a, it m- r. !y e I n- ii. r. s; . : ,,i. I , ,,;.:,. P r lh. 'I'T t ih.si. la..- -a. ml ,,s i, il'y "f ..iii-Mi .i,;iii-iii .,f 'Hi. .Mislay I'Pih. ef Hiw'iiii. Ort.iniz.il far ih. i'li.M-in. n; ,.f -be lien f,-u of t raiius, ' any di-pai ay n.ent of midroad pop- ,.'IL, I'.ri.ih the thought that any ienj;iir.i i! .it a: uixlrqu.hstii was- ini. n.lKt l i n now t- sjilemnly . ..afr-wed Uiat in ill ihp t.roa.l realms of nature th.r is no r-fTanisni more h.tniiless and Inoffensive, that since in the early dawn of our humanity, the anthropomorphus animal first strove to stand upright and the stuiles of Iovh hesaji to adorn his heaven erwted fine, no more, (guileless and innocent phenomenon ha.? frraei the stape of human histxiry Far from hurling harsh words of contempt, we hail it with cheerful gladness as we should the-moming si.ar. For, In truth. Its soul- is like a star, and dwells apart; It has voice wtiow sound U like the sea. PhouM th lost "Atlantis" erer be du-covered, no more harmless and excellent body of dreamers could be found to colon-iie that lovely region of creative ideality. do body of men to little awayed by the experience of the past, so entirely free from the dull conventional ion of modern civ-ilitAtion. mm this worthy and admirmbv little band of midroad poulists. Another advantage of mcH. eoloslzatioa would be, that In caee the kwt island shotH prove - ( y . ' ; it j, of ' i or y a i - t h : in. mi h - and I v. ei da . I :m w . ;.;!,. . ui the nation may ' . a. i .I'Mia- 'lit Ih. pi 1,.- ni I. an.- ;' i "I i. ' a i ! '. a i : ed on..- what -.ta the 1 1 ; , ta ni r - . - a . : ;m la-t Ii moiVati a dtj.:i.i-t i a'aa. in 'he cam i ui .!' w'ii.i..:ii d a:- 'y follow. .( !.. :u. la ,.' t.'.e MeKlIll, y I.I! It' he a. ;;,. ,.,. h.i d tin pedd I - to t , a , . , , o . : . . ount i and t.ll In-.- a .1 ail t Me ,,,1 -..III.1P.1- pt!. .-S et t..W.U.-. aild .e!H- . rat .. m. ri h int- i:,a i !, ;, t her r e to iiii-ie.iu ,.'nnia!,t ei'e,, llu; aft. r a trial ..! i n. -. than thi. a I s ot th.- pr. i:t "at iff law I h. Mil,'-" ill pliies ha.- Ilol hi . p -iltticell' t ' affoi th'- ft i fiu'.-it;,! ti r iinv sc'i-tan t ial loundaT nm a not ,.. ,'mpa:i;n fal-ehoo, a, , , '. as ,,,!i Mil. ted hv th. ni in ' 'i"i Steady- wota, a- auaint th" ,d! .m --and short tin;.' i, tlie Wll.-na Ml ii' ; ' . ' He than i 1 1 a - ' h .idv.ttn ' n 'f all the I). , e. jes , ,f Hi. . . Ii 'aKes had net h" n ad ai 1 - thi:' He ,i.. -i- IM" ha ." i ' r ellll lb" 111' I e. .e ,,' A;...... U'". i ' ,, What t h. a ' lain- ' .' ft - 'ni 'I .ui ,uiy tfiiu- ii .- -i. ,nl', nn. ,it i ia'i ' ni nn.-i a i ;. .a In - - i . a - Ii, i not -i . pai I m ii1 a : a - : . th.- ;.i p . I Mil- fur what he Ja-f- -ii lulu as r. ). S."' f ,1 ' h.i II ' Ii 1-1111 tie lla I! " -. HI '. : - i' w Ih T!i .v;i:'.' .ale'- i if t; 'in- a ' . f.tni.!.. no -.ho, i ' . i a1- -.1,1 !!! 1 1 a in 'I In y ;: in. !'' I" wM.it 1 1. v pe - ti ni.; v in . at l.illL' p. .'A el " . !, ' A Im' t lie , h.ll! i tele.- .! !!,... ; . p,'M . , s THEY STAND OR FALL TOGETHER In N. hia -i- , . : iii. 1 1 on;. -. I ill. I. hied! Ill' i - 'A re ai ' - i 1 1 I ' I M I-." paid oj a h-- '' I !: l. Ui'ii ; m Ih. -an. lllol In ...... .'. pi 'L' T'i'i of ilideh'e ill' -- pa ai I. '' In a - ka i - not a inn n u; a , ' u . i.u I ut. t he f.u t that pi uspi-r . n, h.i - ': lestowed upon the lonntiy . u icstoration of proteition has not passed Nebraska by is . i,... lu.-ively shown by th.se titures. This only fits in with what has be.-u made evident times without number before viz. that under the Amernan policy of protection every industry, every in tern at in tlos country prospt rs. a;ri- cultural interests no b'ss than manu- fac turlng interests. The people of this country are either all in hard straits together, as they have invariably been when we have departed fiom our his toric policy of giving protection to American industries, or they are all irosperous together, as they are now under the protective tariff policy of President McKinley and the republi-an party. The offers of the services of militia organizations to the national government in the. recent serious crisis in China suggests the thought that perhaps the officers of these bodies are not so well informed in regard to their profession as might be desirable. Throughout the tense days prior to the beginning of actual hostilities in Cuba, n.ilitia forces in various parts of the country were hurrying forward offers of their services, only to be told that Ilia nrABlitant ho1 vis iithrttv tn a re J - cept sucn oners, in ue can ior volunteers in the Spanish war and the events growing out of that call, the whole subject was thrashed out .and waa shown that the government j ' ti I a. I ! . hi l ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' : . - - a i ,11 I -hill M Kir-;. ' .... ;..-.-. v. .' - I l:..-i .dl i;.. '.;( ... I a a , V V '1 I -' ' ' i - II. II'1' i -'.im.. i ' ' i . a : I'H - i ! " ' ', - I all M"t - ,te f..( ( I - I ' him .lollll ll I'M!! y I',:.- n, .-. ,, t ii, - I 1 1 IP Ml ' , - .If U-, 1 i - ; i ; j I i Hy " ' ' I r i' i a-" : Mac. en. i ' jaMr ,i, 'aii' . - " y ;. al -in . i s r, !l ," 'all, o! Ma. A ; . (j , v t I". .' om- ; al u l: 1. i M ; I -Ma'i , .a .'.IV . a-t II. ' nt" !. t ! P., al. y .,!.; i; i . it im Nov. -mi ... e . -.1 v. 11 '.'.'...ii,- ,u. ii, o, i a t i 1 ' d .'', r Mr I iy,.i. in p:n;. althoiiL-h dal tun favor th" 1I to ; propo-.'t ion. This .,ir. l.ow.M.;- 1 .-hall cast my vet.- ', r M. Kirl. and for two r.a sens: 11-. an-.- ot th- stand o' tin-lC.uisa-- City i i nvert. on ti e iilvet ipH stion. and t.ei an.-e I have riosym pathy with its soiallf.d anii-imperial-istic il a laratiens. Free silver is dead a- an issue. F'tosperity has kill- d it Th- and inip'i iahsti. attitude of the demo, ran- party I consider un-Anieri-;n an,! un di r; o. i at ic I am a firm tilievei in expansion, ll an argienent w.-re needed to prove the value of the in qnis-itirfn of thf Philippines we have in the lmmeaMireaMe advantages it has b: might to this counry in connei. tion with the present distnrhanc s in China H. F. Nelson, one of the most prominent democrats in Minnesota, is not leased with the radical silver action the democrats at Kansas City. "This action means the utter de-Vat of rtryan and his whole crowd, if makes no difference who they may nominate for vice president." he said yesterday. 'The eastern democrats, by declaring themselves in the party ngain, firoply place themselves where they can do the most good when the time comes for gathering up the fragments and reorganizing the democratic larty." Atrram S. Hewitt: I'm not in favot f Mr. Bryan nor of his 16 to 1 plank, certainly shal not support Mr. Bryan vote for him. I am not prepared to ta n t i : st I - il : pm- !,! ' -Pry an im i - " ed r.t ' ' ' .'II, d hi- la -' til. s' It. .-..to I, Ir af all im : th. plo- , iress.-il a' testation o- silver ,i:i'' 1 in Kentin k m belisni wer-we mista1-' ' tende-ri' "ies ' Coebelism '.- defeat in 1" "' ed before. a'l'I bf so eom: thffe -will : ..n a ... v n., 'l ' i? 11 in-.ui' " f-,,n "' press.'. 'i j - ' ' ..... I'h f? Tf .ilpa- (e'eriK' W.I-" '' as th-- l .,: " still alive I- all An. en ai ,,j v.omen. ci.i.m ftople who r- ' .fn H are to tre'pii. : (fTt H admiration to. W20 - j rr. -.' rC'W Lau - i"-" tain.

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